DANIEL LIONEYE, the Finnish band featuring HIM members Mikko "Linde" Lindström on guitar, bass and vocals and Janne "Burton" Puurtinen on keyboards alongside Black Vomit Bolton (ENOCHIAN CRESCENT) on drums, will release its new album, "Vol. II", in North America on April 27 via The End Records.
Formed in 2001, DANIEL LIONEYE's debut album, "The King Of Rock 'N' Roll", was only released in Finland and Germany and was a tongue-in-cheek. psychedelic stoner rock LP. The group supported the effort by playing a handful of festivals in Finland, which resulted in the CD's title track being used as the theme song for Bam Margera's TV show, "Viva La Bam".
According to a press release, "Vol. II" is heavier than the band's previous CD and is being described as "an extreme rock n' roll album with influences from black metal."
"Vol. II" track listing:
04. Neolithic Way
05. I Saw Myself
06. The Mentat
07. I Have Never Wanted To Be Number One
08. Who Turned The Lights Out
09. Kiss Of The Cannibal
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